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people oppose the death review e.u. involved in a multinational journals trying to gain their government's austerity policies with spain portugal greece and italy at the forefront of the protests. meanwhile the cries of the growing unemployment in the e.u. for snowboards and why it works to search for a better life unknown member countries that managed to avert economic turmoil. ending you know founded seaward rebel blog gets its first official recognition on the west front the promise which also made it clear that supplying the opposition with weapons isn't too far away.
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news from russia and around the world this is actually with me hello and welcome to the program millions of european workers have united against austerity measures as a mega strike kicked off in debt ridden spain portugal greece and italy their message will be supported in other e.u. states as protests are expected all across the continent and on the eve of a day of action there were fierce clashes between factory workers and wives police in italy some of denia in spain portugal the start of this tripe was marred by angry crowds taken to of treats resulting in a number of arrests and while the e.u. population is struggling to make its anti austerity message heard someone managing to flee the turmoil and find a safe haven outside the union but still on the continent she's maria finishing records. and also terry anyone in need is welcome here in the queue for food traditionally immigrants. i'm so mallinder many and but and this
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is new some europeans as well. who want a father of three came here from spain eleven months ago after he lost his job and gained debts instead of going again and i put out i came here with hope i was forced to leave spain due to the economic crisis and bank recession here i work and make three thousand euros a month and i can pay my debts in spain. milena is not queuing for food she cooks originally from colombia she first immigrated to spain but the crisis pushed her move further on she now works at a cafe in no wiese famous mood museum and while she serves those who come here to admire the world famous scream she says her life if only they knew would probably provoke an even stronger impression on the visitors a beautiful thing it's hard it's not as easy as they show it on t.v. you go from one country to another like a rolling stone you have kids and nothing to feed them with and no job.
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in september the unemployment rate within the eurozone hit a record high of eleven point six percent in the seventeen countries united by a common currency for more than eighteen million people are now out of work that's an increase of around five thousand every day since august during the years of growth year of was in desperate need of a cheap labor force and therefore provided immigrants from all over the globe with work but with the worst economic crisis since the second world war now in the gulf in the continent not only is the label to provide jobs for outsiders it cannot even create works for locals turning the tables and sending many of those in a search for a better life abroad to know we for example a non eurozone and only used state two factors some analysts say that have averted this scandinavian country from disaster. in our region krone is one of the safest currencies in europe many people here in germany and in other european countries
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believe that our monetary system is being pressed up against the wall and this makes us weak. when the economic crisis fully engulfed greece last year brussels was on alert then a bailout treaty brought hope and relief apparently premature spain and portugal joined the club and someone will still be others to come let's release switzerland and norway are not e.u. members they're doing better than any other european country sweden denmark and the czech republic. euro countries and we never hear things about the whole system when it steals all the major powers from states political economic diplomatic and military and give it to brussels and washington is doomed with german chancellor angela merkel saying at least five more years will be needed to recover and it's clear countries like no we will not have a deficit in labor force at least some more decades greif an option r t from no way
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germany and france. stay with our coverage of the e.u. mega strike as workers unite against austerity live updates from our correspondent in madrid and expert analysis on the union's debt plight are coming up later in the day. france has become the first western country to recognize the new syrian rebel coalition as the sole legitimity voice of the syrian people the u.s. and other european nations stop short of doing so saying that foreign based groups should first show it's able to represent syrians inside the country paris also said it would look at arming the rebels policy and now reports. the french president francois hollande said that the syrian opposition coalition would act as a temporary government in the future and he said that it would be the tosca of the
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syrian opposition to now establish a transitional government and earlier in the week six gulf states recognize the opposition coalition which we could tolerate foreign minister saying that this recognition now removed obstacles to the securing of weapons to the syrian opposition it is important to make a distinct parallel with what we've seeing back on the tenth of march two thousand and eleven we saw the same scenario unfolding when france was the first country to recognize the transitional national council which was essentially the opposition fighters in libya and this is what we witnessing this parallel situation now in syria what happened in libya and following that french recognition back in libya this set the pavement for international recognition and ultimately lead to foreign forces intervening in that country the arab league which is arguably the most important body in the arab world has given a hesitant welcome to this opposition coalition it has however stopped short of recognizing it as the legitimate voice of the syrian people and then you have
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members of the arab league such as iraq and lebanon that have not fully given their support to opposition fighters in their attempt to topple the syrian president bashar assad there are a number of questions and concerns still outstanding not least among them the whole question of the supply of weapons the question of foreign intervention and also the question of who makes up this opposition coalition it has for days if not weeks now been fractured by internal bickering it is essentially a patchwork of organizations and people that have very different political and religious backgrounds and affiliations so many people are asking well if in fact it is effective and how effective its connections and its ties are with the syrian opposition that is active inside syria. france's full endorsement of the syrian opposition unity block comes amid fears that there's a growing number of extremists fighting on the side of the rebels and nasri from the free syrian army the military branch of the opposition told us their commanders are not always in total control of competence. the free syrian army is not
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a regular army but the soldiers of the revolution some troops claim to be part of the f.s.a. but at the same time do not follow orders killings take place but as we are in a revolution we cannot control such events certainly there are some extremists some guns and some who want to take advantage of the. the new syrian rebel coalition was formed following criticism and intense pressure from the u.s. and some arab states and dr ali mohamed at the same chief of the syria tribune news website questions just how much it reflects the interests of the syrian people it's very surprising that they are recognizing a coalition that was on the request of hillary clinton as a result of the syrian people and this is this doesn't make sense to me as a syrian and it doesn't make sense politically even the first thing they said more workers more work and that's what we want and more things are not in favor of the syrian people the syrian people are being killed with this we're. told depends on
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the cancellation of their words and they show they are supplying. money to the. local proxies we're spending money so he will spend the money he was hosting the girls and arming them training them. this was the how it was to measure the western powers of the of the france and the e.u. are being selective in applying the law. not only that it breaks the embargo but also they would be arming some of the extremist groups is this legal in france one of its own it is possible that some countries will try to go through history that would be in scenario but seriously preventive yeah the. biggest killing that would happen in the middle east is beyond anybody's probably if they decide to go. until ahead here this hour on our see how private passions at the pentagon have caused a very public humiliation look at how a decorated u.s. army general who took over from david petraeus as commander in afghanistan has been
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dragged into the scandal that brought his predecessor down. beijing has unveiled its next generation of top politicians including the man expected to succeed the country's current need to turn our his step down as the communist leader as the communist party leader clearing the way for success a change he jinping has been vice president to hand over to play said the party congress which has drawn to a close and the country's capital with a question is how the new leadership will affect china's relations with its top political and economic rival political analysts professor joseph chang says conflict between the two is likely washington refuses to accept bay trains right. soon or later become the biggest economy in the world the trend to try and maybe a bit late into the trend of these chinese leaders worried whether the united states will except the rise of china otherwise conflicts between the two countries
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the aide says that being a junior is quite worried. it is recent assertiveness indeed territorial dispute also. create as a reason concern among its neighbors and the dog. strategy that is strengthening their security military cooperation with the united states because . the united states the obama administration's return to a. strategy. in your shin r.t. more news is coming out and just a couple of. looking at some dogs you simply do not believe they come speak and goodness how they can wrong oh. it's an international sled dog race with those
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driving the dogs. coming from as far away as a strand in canada and the us i come to russia and everybody is so very friendly they welcomed me with open arms and the scenery is so beautiful it's very much like a laska and so i felt at home the first sled dog was brought here from australia now it's trios come to this remote russian village to take part in the race it's not surprising they love it this trail are amazing but even more amazing is the story of how racing first started here atoll it wasn't the tough. grazing who set the trail ablaze but a nun and for all phones who brought their dia to life. five years ago of a bill to dog kennel in the village kids from the local open age came around to take care of the dogs and one day they state their life might seem extreme to some
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the boys wake up at six to feed the dogs before school in the evening they spend up to three hours training baffle legged friends but smother her schedule also encourages her kids to become depth hands on the computer and internet the boys who regularly update their websites and they're in touch with busy ma the twenty four seven on the phone itself. but children are the most important thing my only interests not play any role anymore and regardless of whether parsky was hoskins window race or not she hopes the competition will take place in the village next year. but called these dogs and the children it really is not the winning but actually just the taking part that counts.
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well. thank you cards technology innovation all the developments around russia we've got this huge earth covered.
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this is as he welcome back the sex scandal that shocked america and led to the downfall of cia chief david petraeus has now also dragged in the country's top commander in afghanistan the story involving two of the country's most influential military leaders could hardly come at a worse time and it's unfolding just after barack obama won his second term in office while u.s. troops are struggling in afghanistan and she's get a check out looks now at the twists and turns in the unraveling saga. this scandal is just getting worse and reminds more of a t.v. drama possibly with many episodes the latest episode of the investigation into the affair between former cia director general petraeus and his biographer is the revelation of another extramarital affair now between the top american and nato commander in afghanistan general john allen and
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a woman named jewel kelley the very woman who officials say general petraeus is mistress paula broadwell saw as a rival for her affections with general petraeus and wrote threatening e-mails to dead jill kelley was the woman who opened this can of worms when she went to the f.b.i. in the first place and asked them to investigate the harassing anonymous e-mails that she'd been receiving the investigation led to paula broadwell's mailbox and apparently her mailbox revealed her affair with the former cia director a few words about jill kelley a mother of three a housewife living in florida they've apparently been friends with the patrol is this fool for years and she turned out to be nothing most intelligent woman because when she asked the f.b.i. to look into the e-mails that she'd been receiving she somehow forgot that her own mailbox was also full of quote unquote inappropriate e-mails from the commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan general john allen also a married official said there were somewhere from twenty to thirty thousand pages
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of those e-mails of course they did not reveal the content of those e-mails they just said there was inappropriate communication between the two this may sound like a huge manyfold family drama but it's more serious than that and a military lawyer adultery can be a crime and punishment can be time in prison although general allen will remain the commander of getting sent defense secretary panetta said that he had asked president obama to delay the general's nomination to be the commander of american forces in europe and the supreme allied commander of nato so john allen would be the third. began to spend general who fell from grace so abruptly and so shockingly too many first it was general stanley mcchrystal resigned when a magazine quoted him saying unflattering things about the administration and then general petraeus over a woman i know general john allen story of the biggest names in the war in
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afghanistan. and more opinion and speculation was behind this high profile scandal on altie dot com so you do have that to have you all say on what to make of the timing and he is even divided at the moment just over a third say the dummy information came out to prevent the tribes from testifying about death in the u.s. consulate in been gazi and it's all over a crucial believe it's part of the bigger people to overhaul leadership in a number of told jobs twenty percent say the timing is linked to the u.s. presidential vote with the cover up taking place to ensure a bomb his reelection and roughly the same number see no foul play saying it's purely betrays his mistakes that led to his downfall let us know what she was saying on the home page.
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to some other international news this hour for you u.s. military prosecutors have requested the death penalty for sergeant robert bales who is accused of killing sixteen afghan civilians be incident took place in march when bales allegedly left his remote outpost at night and executed his victims nine of them civilian and children so the case has become the deadliest war crime by a single american officer since the beginning of the war in afghanistan. children have seen mass protests after the country's prime minister announced a fuel price hike demonstrations took place in the capital supported by twelve other cities throughout the country despite criticism of the ruling monarch being punishable by three years behind bars opposition groups have called for a popular revolution. a small plane has crashed into a friend's son paolo's airport in brazil the pilot damaged his head inspired while
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to other passengers survived the incident with minor injuries and it's not yet clear what caused the crash but there are reports the plane failed to break when it landed on the runway. so rio the world's most recognized brands starbucks to google and amazon are facing investigation in the u.k. over depriving the nation of hundreds of millions of pounds the companies are in hot water because of that tux practices that have already been dubbed the moral point of worker has more on the growing public outrage in britain. these are three companies that dominate the u.k. economy they have billions of pounds worth of turnover but it looks like they pay very little corporation tax to show for it and now m.p.'s are outraged by the fact that through very legal loopholes these companies that they say are acting in an immoral way are managing to dodge millions and billions of pounds worth of tax
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every single year and they want to try and put a stop to it now it's about getting clever accountants that find countries with more favorable tax rates to base a u.k. headquarters in so for example google base themselves in the republic of ireland that's way that that's where they sell their advertising space from starbucks are based in holland and amazon based in luxembourg for much of the ordinary public here in the u.k. it's just not funny anymore they say that you know austerity measures are taking hold in the public spending cuts in the public sent sector are really making life difficult for people and we spoke to a few people out on the streets and this is what they told us if we're paying tax on things like that we have to foot the bill for that i guess we're paying tax on coffee as well why should you not pay the tax that we. took i guess it's up to sold . like you tend to take for things like this.
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group of these campaigners against austerity measures here in the u.k. they say that in december they're going to launch a national day of action against starbucks what they're going to do is they're going to occupy the multitude of starbucks coffee houses that we have here in london you walk down the street you see them everywhere and they're going to make them into the homeless shelter they're going to make them into refuges into creches because that they say that starbucks have these immoral tactics and they need to give back to society. just ahead lauren lister brings us the latest edition of capital account. in japan the average height for men is one hundred eighty two centimeters ten centimeters shorter because of that some employers refused to hire me one of them
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even told me directly that i was too short to deal with the client's computers already spent three months in this hospital and plans to stay for another four to add the coveted seven santa majors to his stature invented by the famed soviet orthopedic is good for you as are of in the nineteen fifties these frames were initially used to treat fractures in deformities by cutting bones and slowly pulling them up or therefore stimulating tissue regeneration it was out of was able to receive arms and legs and people who thought they were crippled for life piecing together patients shattered bones and in many cases their shattered lives were in the angle when professing result of design his first brain using bicycle parts sixty years later says invention is increasingly being used to help people what eager to fracture their legs to become a few centimeters taller than the ultimate goal is still the same fixing somebody is live both literally and figuratively about
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a third of patients admitted she was out of center now days seeking series three focus medical reasons most of them a man and most are not what you would call vertically challenged professor novick of who operated on many of them says it usually comes down to a man's pride some of the first patient to turn to us with a leg length in the request to meet his fifteen centimeters to be still want to surgery because panos to than him we like to say that we need to break their legs in order to fix their head maybe nothing wrong with them from. peter point of view but there is something psychological that prevents him from living below is fully being happy and we fix it like lengthening surgeries a band in many countries and even the out there prohibitively expensive in russia the entire course costs eleven thousand dollars about one tenth of the similar package in the united states financial considerations for one of the reasons that
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brought this washington state native to western siberia yet his main motive for the surgery had to do with how he fared in the others in america advertise his one seventy five i was one sixty seven or one sixty a console one eight centimeters would have brought me right to average as i just wanted to be average for women height isn't so important you know i think girl can be short and it's not a big deal i think a guy is like expected to be taller just before the operation most this matter a russian girl who found he's a regional hide quite endearing yet he still want to have had the surgery adding seven more centimeters to the self-confidence she took to told me the whole time you're crazy you're normal you're perfect. so now or so they call you so what a compliment for somebody who's used to falling short of his own expectations.
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resistance is not a politics but a culture. it couldn't stand. on its own. cultures of resistance on party. wealthy british soil not. that's not on the. market why not. find out what's really happening to the global economy
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with much stronger a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines tune in to conjure reports on our. good afternoon welcome to capital account i'm more in the store here in washington d.c. these are your headlines for tuesday november thirteenth two thousand and twelve the new york stock exchange suspended trading and more than two hundred companies for most of the trading day yesterday according to the f.t. guess why a technical glitch so added to the list last crash facebook knight capital high frequency trading a component involves the f.t.c. commissioner bart chilton is on the show to talk about what should be done and why it's taken so long to be frank and wall street journal reports a federal jury cleared two former money market mutual fund managers of fraud charges this report only gets to the issue we've seen so often of how difficult it is to prove intent in these financial fraud or manipulation cases so does the law need to change when it comes to intent or the burden of proof of it all our
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children think so so we'll talk to him and speaking of intent also find out about the c.f. season ten with regard to m.f. global and the ongoing silver market manipulation probe plus congress or turn to work today they have seven weeks to avert the fiscal cliff or to go off of it so to speak we're sick of the term we ask you to rename it the response was overwhelming we're below our top ten new names in loose change let's get to today's capital account. from silver market manipulation to high frequency trading to m.f. global or p.f.g. best we hear so much what is going on with this probe we've heard about where our
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regulators where are charges answering to all of that chilton's the f.t.c. commissioner a democratic member of this and author of the book pawns imodium how scam artists are ripping off america we spoke to him earlier first thanks so much for being on the show sure good to be with you it's great to have you know i want to start actually with this the silver manipulation probe just to back up in august we had the front page article in the financial times saying a four year investigation into the possible manipulation of the silver market looks increasingly likely to be dropped after u.s. regulators failed to find enough evidence to support a legal case according to three people from william with the situation just after that you were quoted by motley fool and we double check with your office and you didn't say that the financial times report related to silver is not only premature but inaccurate in several respects i think the public deserves some answers in the very near future and in addition i.


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